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🍃 AMA with Cameron Bravmann Wednesday, July 24th at 11 AM PST

This week we will be discussing Growers Network University classes, Canna Cribs, and cannabis consulting with Cameron!

  • Who: Cameron Bravmann, consultant and Canna Cribs host and GNU lecturer
  • What: Cannabis content for the masses
  • Where: The GNET private forum
  • When: Wednesday, July 24th at 11 AM PST

Cameron Bravmann has been a serial entrepreneur for most of his adult life, moving between cannabis, entertainment, and hospitality primarily. He has been a cannabis cultivator and enthusiast for nearly three decades, and has operated facilities in multiple US states, and is currently advising clients in the US, Canada, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Zambia, assisting with everything from business formation, licensing, design/build, staffing/training, procurement, and ongoing operations.

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Cameron has been working with GH, GN, and GNU for about a year on multiple projects, focusing on opportunities in education, democratizing of information, cultivation operations and compliance, process standardization and control, and entering new and untapped markets.

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Start seeding those question right HERE!

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Looking forward to this one!

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Excellent, me too!

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I’ll kick this thing off: @cbravmann, how did you first become involved with cannabis? How did cannabis find you?

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Hi Growernick, thanks for the question. I have been a cannabis enthusiast since roughly middle school (can I say that?).

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My first experience growing was in high school, on the window sill in my bedroom. My folks told me I needed to get the plants out of their house, or I would have to go :wink:

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Although I have spent time in other industries as well (entertainment, hospitality, technology), I have always loved the plant, and had it as an integral part of my life

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I"ve seen some of your videos, and read an article or two… how do you get ideas for your work?

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I had the same experience when I was 17. That’s how I moved out of my folks’ house. The plants came with lol

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How did you come to be professionally involved with cannabis? When did you make the leap to the white market and go legit?

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Classic… I actually feel like there are a ton of people out there with a relatively similar story. I’ve met lots of people who knew very early on about their affinity/connection with the plant.

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:thinking:

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Actually, I try to collaborate with other like minded people. The piece on waste in the cannabis space was a collab with Growers Network, as well as with insight from a couple of SEO specialists

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When it comes to the GNU videos, that was drivnen by the content of standard operating procedures which I currently own. They formed the basis for the lecture series, with creative input from GN and GNU

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As far as the Deep Roots episode, I pretty much just go wherever I am told to go, and shoot from the ip when I get there :wink:

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Hey Cameron, thanks for hosting this AMA!

Outside of hosting the GNU courses. Do you teach courses anywhere else? Have you filmed your strategies with any other company?

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I have a theory that most everyone wants to grow a pot plant

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I feel that way to, but think that I may be projecting…

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Let’s chat about that for a sec – this is a personal pet peeve of mine about our industry – how do we tackle the waste issue in the cannabis industry? It’s the elephant in the room (one of many) nobody wants to address! How do we start talking about the issue? How do we actually address it collectively as an industry?

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Hi Kareen, thanks for chiming in!

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